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KR777
KR777 reviewed a game
PC
Hegemony III: Clash of the Ancients
Reviewed: Jan 13, 2021
8.40

I can whole-heartedly recommend to everyone who's already played a few other strategy games and feels mature enough to suffer a few set-backs while playing, to get this jewel of a game into his/her game library. In summary, these are the pros and cons I can see at the moment.


Major pros


+ offers an interesting scenario in Italy before the rise of Rome


+ has a "seamless" zoom that goes form a strategic map (not unlike a grand strategy game) to a tactical map where armies can be manoevred (not unlike a Total War or Age of Empires, although more condensed)


+ a supply system that truly deserves the name and mechanics that give a sense of progression (e.g. army and leader upgrades, tech tree)


+ great art and music bringing the ancient world to life


+ it's pretty hard and demanding on the player to juggle the ressources, over-extension is definitely a thing in this game


+ the DLC "The Eagle King" expands on this game and there's another DLC in the pipeline for 2021 "Isle of Giants"



Minor cons


- maybe not the kind of sophisticated graphics known from AAA-games


- diplomacy and trade are somewhat lacking (although that might be rectified with the next update)


- the AI might need a touch here and there


- on the flip-side of the above point (over-extension), this is not a game where one can lean back and take one's empire for granted


- no multi-player mode (probably the dev had not enough budget)

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Mr.meowscles
Mr.meowscles reviewed a game
PC
Destiny 2: Beyond Light
Reviewed: Jan 13, 2021
9.90

This Is the best ever beyond light but we have to complete the campaign then we can play gambit Crucible but in beyond light we have new abilities hope you like a follow me on Whatoplay.

40
Swee Abn
Swee Abn reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Red Dead Redemption 2
Reviewed: Jan 13, 2021
10.00

Loved this game. One of the best open world story games I have ever played. It literally allowed you to do whatever you wanted to do that was within the bounds of the law. -- Which is a good thing. The only thing I did not like about this was that stealth was not really a part of it. But after that -- it was great. I want to go back and play it differently multiple times and thats always a win.

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Kakao
Kakao reviewed a game
iOS
Among Us!
Reviewed: Jan 12, 2021
5.20

This is a game that is only as fun as the company you bring. The core game is completely devoid of "fun" in my view. None of the tasks were fun nor challenging, you can't do anything with the bodies other than to report them, and there's really no incentives to "winning".


All the good times I've had with this game was by my friends and I bantering and garnering trust issues.


All in all an ok game considering the price tag

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40
GwapoKo
GwapoKo reviewed a game
PC
Genshin Impact
Reviewed: Jan 12, 2021
9.00

For a totally free game, it's worth spending your time with. RNG got on my side for pulling two 5 stars character, doing it while playing all-time F2P. Open-world exploration is amazing, character design is top-notch, attack animation is solid. There are tons of ways to play this game, that does not require you spending money.


I like the decision Mihoyo made, they made this game totally PvE. This game is designed for you to play in a relaxed, stress-free setting, not competitive. That is great for casual players like me.


I know there are issues regarding its mobile port crashing on potato phones, as well as bugs on PS4 & PC. Well, I guess there's an investment on that part, that's a price to pay for Genshin Impact to be F2P, right? And those 'gatcha' whales, that spends a lot. But at the end of the day, it's up to you. That's the point of playing games right? To enjoy.


Would definitely recommend it! 👍👍👍

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Shadow
Shadow reviewed a game
PC
Trine
Reviewed: Jan 3, 2021
8.10

Great game to play along with your friends in coop! It has 2.5D setting with nice artworks, music and gameplay. I recommend grabbing all 4 parts of trine as a bundle from steam or any other store.

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Bradley Irish
Bradley Irish reviewed a game
Watch Dogs Legion
Reviewed: Jan 3, 2021
7.50

WatchDogs Legion was my first go at a Watch Dogs game. Despite less-than-shining reviews, I was eager to experience the game for myself knowing that it may be not of God Of War greatness but could still be an entertaining way to kill off 20/30 hours.


And it is KINDA delivers.


Legion’s main hook is the ability to play as ANYONE in this open world adventure set in a Brexit-ridden futuristic London. I’ll start off by saying that we SERIOUSLY need more games set in London! The game has created a beautiful, detailed, neon-drenched world that was a delight to drive around in. I live in London where we’re currently in Lockdown so it was a delight to drive around the likes of Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey or even the backstreets of Islington and have an enjoyable sense of my city again.


This is the pretty much where my praise for the game starts to die a little as Legion takes itself a little too seriously for a game of its type. Its ‘Play As Anyone’ mechanic never really pulls itself off with many characters struggling to really stand out or be a strong requirement to recruit to further for any mission progress. The truth is, you can play as ANY character and not have it really impact your progress. The Permadeath feature (in which your character dies for good if killed by enemies) is highly recommended though and certainly helps you play a little more cautiously for characters you like. It is too bad that despite so many characters, they all seem to be voiced by the same 5 or 6 people and this really harms your immersion in the game.


For the main campaign’s story, you’re hardly in for some strong blockbuster material and more in for ‘Mediocre Netflix film’ plot. This isn’t a terrible thing but while there are some entertaining moments, it is ultimately quite flat and not as fun as it deserves to be.


Finally, playing the PS5 version delivers quick loading times (though there are more than one would appreciate with any modern game) but fails to really take advantage of the DualSense’s capabilities. Sure, you get some haptic and trigger feedback but it feels terribly underused.


All in all, I had a fairly good time with my 30 hours with Legion. Though it could have done with some fine-tuning, I enjoyed building my own team of resistance fighters and driving around London. It’s not one of the best games I’ve ever played but it’s definitely not one of the worst either.

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Craig Desmond
Craig Desmond reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
RESIDENT EVIL RESISTANCE
Reviewed: Jan 2, 2021
6.00

RE resistance is a good time for a short time that I think would truly be great with a group of friends. The game pits survivors and a mastermind against each other both played by players. The survivors play like typical resident evil characters all having their own special abilities like hacking the masterminds cameras, temporary unlimited ammo and a aoe healing ability. The survivors need to collect key items in each area to advance with their being three areas in total per map. The Mastermind has a set of camera from which he can observe the survivors from as well as set traps such as mines, zombies and other creatures including an ultimate monster depending on which mastermind your playing. The mastermind are given a deck of card that include the above items and where you apply them creates a strategic gameplay style that was fun to mess around with. The goal of the survivours to escape all three areas by beating all the objects within the time limit and the mastermind has to stop them from doing so. The actions of each faction increases or decreases the time which means a well placed monster can change the tide quickly if the survivors aren't careful. Playing as the survivors gives you new micro sized RE areas to explore that I honestly enjoyed exploring and the structure of being able to buy stuff based on performance gave me strong COD zombies vibes which is rarely a bad thing. Been given an opportunity to play as Mr X, G and nemesis is also a treat for series fans even if there is very little depth present. Overall this game was enjoyable and not the afterthought I assumed it was but could be made into something truly worthwhile if tried again and given a bit more TLC

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Mr.meowscles
Mr.meowscles reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Among Us
Reviewed: Jan 2, 2021
9.70

Hey guys its me I still have Nintendo switch switch likes me and Nintendo switch is cute but anyways I buy among us on this console but airship was in among in Nintendo switch hope you buy it and if you dont have it I will give you my Nintendo switch console to you and you free to play and happy new year 🎉

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John Rausch
John Rausch reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Immortals: Fenyx Rising
Reviewed: Jan 2, 2021
10.00

I wasn’t sure if I was going to buy this, but I’m glad I did. Most important- this game is FUN! It’s much more lighthearted than Ubisoft’s AC games. The graphics are great- on the PS4 Pro. The combat is fun. The bosses are challenging. The puzzles are fun- but there’s a lot of them. Hints for the game- definitely max out your health bars and potions to be able to beat the final boss. Get the god skill to control the speed of Apollo’s arrow- it will be helpful toward the end of the game. Of course also level up your stamina. Also get a horse early on for speed of travel. The game isn’t overly long at about 23.5 hours, and the map isn’t too large to be cumbersome. Overall a very good & fun game that I’d recommend!

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